Golf News for Wednesday, August 10, 2011
"Research and consumer testing has proven the Heavy Driver is simply a better product - one that provides superior results to any other brand regardless of a player's skill level," says Stephen Boccieri, President and CEO of Boccieri Golf. "White drivers offer an optical option that some golfers prefer, so we're combining this with our unique technology to create the game's most attractive high-performance driver." [... more » ]
Doral Golf Resort & Spa has a history of unparalleled golf courses, beautiful weather and legendary competition between pros. Come and discover the best of golf in a Florida paradise with Doral's "Championship Unlimited Golf Package," an exclusive limited time offer. [... more » ]
"Fall golf in Myrtle Beach is second to no other golf destination in the country," said Jim Woodring, vice president of golf operations for Myrtle Beach National Company. "Plus, you will not find better rates on some of the finest golf courses along the Grand Strand." [... more » ]
"The beauty of OptiShot is that the true-to-life replications capture every element and make you feel like you're really on the grounds of the world's best layouts," says Brandon Theophilus, CEO of Dancin' Dogg Golf. "Atlanta Highlands allows golfers of all skill levels to measure their games on the same course as golf's elite players - from the comfort of home." [... more » ]
"We greatly appreciate Pinehurst's continuing support of the EWGA and women's golf," says Pam Swensen, CEO of the EWGA. "It's a world class destination that every golfer must experience, and then will want to return to again and again." [... more » ]
"Our business model continues to evolve with new service offerings as we adjust to the hard economic times with a fresh alternative to regular charity golf," said PGS owner Bob Gaudreau. "Contracts are continuing to come in as we experience growth we never anticipated, but we work hard to get!" [... more » ]
"Exact yardage is clearly an important issue among golfers and we're pleased that serious players overwhelmingly choose SkyCaddie as the most accurate rangefinder in golf, even considering lasers," said Richard Edmonson, SkyGolf's CEO. [... more » ]
"We've created a one-stop training destination for any athlete who wants to perform better in his or her sport," said Greg Shoman, vice president of marketing, SKLZ. "Our focus has shifted from simply selling training products to creating an immersive training experience for athletes." [... more » ]
"Attending The Golf Show allows our company an unrivalled opportunity to present and launch 2012 products and strategy," said Leslie Hepsworth, President - Srixon Sports Europe. "Equally it gives us the chance to show the trade how serious we are about future growth within the golf industry by showcasing the investment plans we have." [... more » ]
Ed 'Stewpot' Stewart, former Crackerjack children's TV show host and Radio 2 DJ, was on hand as celebrity auctioneer at the public pay-and-play centre as golfers raised more than £5,500 for the local charity - a children's hospice service that supports local families whose child or teenager is, unfortunately, not expected to reach their 19th birthday. [... more » ]